Motorola Mobility has announced that it will be launching its phone Moto X Force this November in the international markets, including Africa, the Asia-Pacific, Europe, the Middle East, and Latin America. The Moto X Force is essentially just an international version of the new Droid Turbo 2 Motorola (sans the Verizon logo) that was launched in the US a couple of days ago. Read More
A new Motorola phone has just passed through the FCC’s database, heading over to Verizon. Codenamed ‘Quark’, the device will boast beastly specifications: a Quad HD Display, 2.65GHz Snapdragon 805 Display, Adreno 420 GPU, 3GB RAM, and will be running Android KitKat 4.4.4. Unlike the recently announced Moto G, this device will apparently support Verizon’s LTE bands, as well as international roaming. Its software version is also listed as ‘5821.0.463.QUARK_VERIZON.EN.US’, leading us to believe that this device might in fact be heading over exclusively to Verizon in the US. Read More
Verizon has just started offering Motorola’s latest Moto 360 for pre-ordering. Costing $250 and available in black or grey leather straps, the Moto 360 will be shipping out on the 27th of October from Verizon. Not just Verizon, but AT&T will also soon be getting the device, though we have not been provided with any details on availability or pricing, just the promise of it eventually making its way to the carrier. Read More
The UK Moto X has just starting receiving the latest Android KitKat update, bringing it up to Version 4.4.4. This also updates the Motorola firmware on the device, adding improvements to the Camera, the option to pause videos while recording, as well as a new dialer that matches the stock Google one, bringing card-like speed dials. Read More
The Verizon Motorola Moto G has just received an update to its software, bringing it to version 210.12.41. Along with that update, the device gets the latest version of Android, 4.4.4 KitKat, a fresh change from its previous stay on JellyBean. Read More
Google moments ago announced that it has agreed to acquire Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion. Google’s Android OS which the company gives away for free and touts to be “open source” has seen much success recently, and to dominate the entire mobile industry and to go head on with Apple, Google CEO and founder Larry Page today announced that the search engine giant will be acquiring Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion.
Motorola will soon be releasing its iPad competitor dubbed “XOOM”. XOOM runs on Honeycomb, Google’s foray into the tablet arena. To promote its new tablet computer, Motorola aired a new advertisement that showcased the XOOM.
Motorola has announced a new tablet dubbed “Xoom” that runs on Honeycomb (Android 3.0). Xoom is the first Honeycomb tablet and features a rear and front facing camera, 10.1 inch screen with support for HD, 4G on Verizon, and a dual core processor.